An integrated system that manages all processes in the organization, a user-friendly interface and specific functionalities for Transilana’s activity led the company to choose SocratePlus ERP in 1997, being among the first companies to implement our system. 18 years later, Transilana successfully uses the same system.
Transilana grew year by year and so did the modules and functionalities (in number and complexity). Currently, Transilana uses all the available modules in SocratePlus ERP: Purchasing, Inventory, Sales, Finance and Accounting, Fixed Assets, Payroll and the more recently implemented module – Manufacturing.
As I said in an earlier post about ERP Prediction for 2012, this year cloud-based ERP will continue to gain ground at the expense of traditional ERP. Why? Because enterprises will continue to adopt SaaS-based applications to replace legacy, high-maintenance and often marginally effective systems in use today. What managers do not know about cloud is that behind the well-known benefits – cost savings and operations improvements -, there are also some benefits that can potentially change the game for many companies that are willing to be very proactive in managing potential downside. Those are the things I wanna talk about. Easier change management of infrastructure including maintenance and upgrades The use of cloud solutions allows companies to improve the agility to deploy solutions and choice between vendors, especially when cloud interoperability will become a reality. Or, at least, more than it is today. Cloud computing also offers an online […]
Here’s a quick tip to follow up with Answering Prompts via URL API. If you need to get the Object ID of an Attribute or Metric dynamically, you can use this syntax: And if you want a shorter way to get the Element ID, which is the AttributeGUID:AttributeID pair, this will do the trick: by Bryan Brandow (This article was first published on Bryan`s MicroStrategy Blog)
I read a lot about BI implementations failure. I wrote myself an article about it few months ago. But I have a question: what a BI implementation need to succeed? I ask this question also to the members of Business Intelligence Professionals on LinkedIn. And after reading almost 400 comments, I was able to make a short list of 5 things that will help a BI implementation process to succeed: 1. The presence of a Good Business Analyst who understands business and who has a zeal for technology.This is a role that can bridge gap between functional experts and IT- BI experts. 2. A Good Dimensional models with flexibility to enhance future requirements. Basically well thought out models expecting future rquirements. 3. Requirements understanding between data modelers, data integrators and reporting people. 4. A proper resource and project management. 5. User friendly, self-help oriented and designed for the users and […]